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Old 21-10-19, 07:34 AM
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Good morning,

I need your advice about these badge and title. Are they genuine ? Thank you

Laurent
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Old 21-10-19, 09:30 AM
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I don't understand, why are you buying badges when you have to have them validated on this forum? What if they are reproductions, are you returning them to the vendor? Is this forum validating the badges so you can then go and sell them?

Perhaps this is a 21st century trend where everything has to be validated on line. Is there an on line 'Food Forum' were people get their baguettes validated before they eat them?

Just curious.
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Old 21-10-19, 02:53 PM
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They look ok to me, ignore the other reply and you will do fine, feel free to ask any questions you like.

Learning is an experience.

Mike
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Old 21-10-19, 06:25 PM
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Thank you Mike for your reply and gentle comment

For a moment, I doubted about the philosophy of collectors' forum

Laurent
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Old 21-10-19, 08:32 PM
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They look ok to me, ignore the other reply and you will do fine, feel free to ask any questions you like.

Learning is an experience.

Mike
Ed has a point in my opinion. The odd enquiry about a purchase, fine.
BUT there comes a point when it you have to be a big boy and trust your own judgement.
Remember the guy who was constantly posting photographs he had copied and pasted from the IWM website? crikey that was irritating.
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Old 22-10-19, 03:52 PM
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True to form, Tank Mike never passes up the opportunity to take an unprovoked shot at Ed. Shameless.
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